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Old Dominion Aquatic Club

 

Old Dominion Aquatic Club offers training and practice groups for swimmers of all ages and ability levels. It is the goal of the Old Dominion Aquatic Club to offer age specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of THEIR abilities.

Please call us at (757) 471-1828 schedule a tryout, or Click Here to send us an email request for more information.

 

Contact Information

There are many ways to get a hold of Old Dominion Aquatic Club. You can call the office, mail the office, or send e-mail to the office or one of the coaches.

If you have specific questions regarding the information on this site, or questions about subjects not covered here, we'd be happy to hear from you. The Hotline Phone Number below only contains weekly information pertinent to current ODAC members.

 

Phone: (757) 471-1828

Hotline: (757) 518-1828

 

Address: Old Dominion Aquatic Club

2500 S. Independence Blvd.

Virginia Beach, VA 23464

 

Send Payments: Swim ODAC

609 Ryder Cup Lane
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

 

Invoice Questions: Valerie Pyron

vpyron@cox.net

 

Below you will find the 2014-2015 fee schedule:

1.ODAC's Training Fees are competitive with all area clubs. Multiple-swimmer discounts are made available to those families with more than one child in the program. Fees are based on a twelve-month pay schedule starting in September.

2.Each family will be charged a $100.00 non-refundable registration fee when registering each year.

3.An ODAC team swimsuit and swim cap (if needed) are the only required equipment to participate in meet. Other apparel and equipment are available, and recommended, depending on the age and commitment level of a given swimmer.

4.Bingo is the main fund-raising activity of ODAC. This activity is the main reason ODAC is able to offer the quality program that it does. The obligation for a family with a swimmer that is 9 years of age and older is approximately one night every three to four weeks. This involvement has created the financially stable situation ODAC presently enjoys. ODAC appreciates the ongoing efforts of its membership and welcomes any interested families to see what ODAC is all about.
 

5.A $20.00 late fee will be assessed on all accounts not paid by the 20th of the month.


 

Group

Schedule

Fee

8-Under Yellow

3 practices/week

$60.50 per month

8-Under Blue

5 practices/week

$93.50 per month

9-10

6 practices/week

$84.70 per month

11-12  

Senior Developmental (13-14)

6 practices/week

$106.70 per month

Senior Prep
(13-18 years)

6 practices/week

$125.40 per month

Senior One
(14-18 years)

10 practices/week

$160.60 per month

 

 

 

Practice Groups

 

8-Under Yellow Group

Includes swimmers who can complete a length of both freestyle and backstroke and who are age 5 and above. The group works primarily on learning butterfly and breaststroke, cleaning up major stroke problems on freestyle and backstroke, kicking, starts and turns. The 8-under yellow group is offered 3 practices per week.


Required Equipment:  Fins, Water Bottle, Mesh Bag, Kick Board

Coaching Staff

Norfolk Academy: Shannon Koepp

Maury High School: John Lockwood

Great Bridge Afternoon: Elizabeth Oberley

Great Bridge Evening: Julia Carroll

Camp Arrowhead: Derek Simon

 

8-Under Blue Group

Includes swimmers who are legal in all four competitive strokes (butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle). The group works primarily on building solid stroke mechanics, kicking, starts, turns and familiarizing swimmers with the rules of year-round competitive swimming. The 8-under Blue group is offered 5 practices per week.


Required Equipment:  Fins, Water Bottle, Mesh Bag, Kick Board

Coaching Staff

Norfolk Academy: Shannon Keopp

Maury High School: John Lockwood

Great Bridge Afternoon: Robin Morse

Great Bridge Evening: Chrystina Locher

Camp Arrowhead: Derek Simon

 

9-10

The main focus of the 9-10 group is to develop solid stroke mechanics, kicking/underwater skills, and formulate solid practice habits and basic understanding of race strategy. The 9-10 group is offered 6 practices per week.


Required Equipment:   Z2 Fins, Water Bottle, Mesh Bag, Kick Board, Pull Buoy, Snorkel, Agility Paddles

Coaching Staff

Norfolk Academy: Amber Bialorucki

Maury High School: John Lockwood

Great Bridge Afternoon: Chrystina Locher

Great Bridge Evening: Chester Holloman

Camp Arrowhead: Derek Simon

 

11-12 / Senior Developmental

The 11-12 group will focus on refining stroke mechanics, developing more precise race strategies, practice with an emphasis toward IM and distance based training, and prepare swimmers for the transition into senior level swimming. The 11-12 group is offered 6 swim practices and 2 dryland practices per week.


Required Equipment:   Z2 Fins, Water Bottle, Mesh Bag, Kick Board, Pull Buoy, Snorkel, Agility Paddles

Coaching Staff

Norfolk Academy: Shannon Keopp

Maury High School: John Lockwood

Great Bridge Evening: Steve Bialorucki / Chester Holloman / Chrystina Locher

Camp Arrowhead: Karen Keenan 

 

Senior Prep

The Senior group is the first step into senior-level swimming for most 13-older ODAC swimmers. This group offers the opportunity for swimmers to continue to develop solid stroke mechanics, gain an appreciation for consistent training, be part of a positive team environment, and have swimming function within their daily life. There is no minimum attendance requirement for Senior group swimmers.


Required Equipment: Z2 Fins, Water Bottle, Mesh Bag, Kick Board, Pull Buoy, Snorkel, Agility Paddles, Nose Plug, Strap

Coaching Staff

Norfolk Academy: Craig Bialorucki

Camp Arrowhead: Karen Keenan

 

Senior One

Senior One Group swimmers must be at least 14 years old, and possess a minimum of 3 Senior Championship Qualifying Times. While there is no attendance requirement for this group, the intent is to have the Senior One Group made up of swimmers who hold swimming as their main outside interest and are willing to create a consistent training pattern to enhance performance opportunities. The main focus is to have swimmers in this group reach the Sectional, Junior National and National levels.


Required Equipment:  Z2 Fins, Water Bottle, Mesh Bag, Kick Board, Pull Buoy, Ylon Snorkel, Agility Paddles, Nose Plug, Strap, Sculling Paddles, Practice Suit

Coaching Staff

Great Bridge: Steve Bialorucki / Chrystina Locher / Krissy Kirkman